Category Archives: exhibition

Weftscapes, Serendipity Arts Festival

CLIENT: Serendipity Arts Foundation December 15 – 22 Pramod Kumar KG curated a unique exhibition this year for Serendipity Arts Festival in Goa. Showcased in the historic Adil Shah Palace, Weftscapes, examined a fresh approach to the creation and making of Jamdani fabrics, both in its weaving, choice of raw materials, colour, patterns, designs and […]

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The Hidden Kaleidoscope, Riyadh

CLIENT: Art of Heritage, Riyadh, KSA At the Cultural Palace, Al Kindi Plaza, Riyadh, KSA (4th – 6th November 2019) Bridal Ensembles from the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia This exhibition of traditional wedding textiles were select examples drawn from the extensive archives of the Art of Heritage Collection, Riyadh. The show was a combination of […]

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PRA – KASHI: Silk, Gold & Silver from the City of Light

CLIENT: Devi Art Foundation, New Delhi At the National Museum, New Delhi, 10th September – 8th October 2019 “Pra – Kashi: Silk, Gold & Silver from the City of Light” was an exhibition of textiles showcasing the finest traditions of contemporary weaving at the National Museum, New Delhi. These textiles have been hand-woven on traditional […]

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Hidden Treasures: Jewelry from the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

The exhibition based on the AOH collection was a first-time nuanced examination of Arab jewelry traditions that were forged and created in its heartland. The design evolution of material culture, particularly jewelry in the region showed influences from several sources across the world. These range from Egypt and the Horn of Africa in the west […]

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AMRAPALI MUSEUM JAIPUR

This catalogue of select pieces was released along with the inauguration of the Amrapali Museum in Jaipur, in January 2018. The Amrapali Museum was curated by the Managing Director of Eka, Pramod Kumar KG. This museum is dedicated to the vast and varied collection of traditional jewellery acquired by the founders of Amrapali Jewels, Mr. […]

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RAJA DEEN DAYAL
THE STUDIO ARCHIVES FROM THE IGNCA COLLECTION

This book was an accompaniment to the exhibition ‘Raja Deen Dayal: The Studio Archives from the IGNCA Collection’ in November 2010. The exhibition showcased the photographic material and studio artefacts from the Studio Archives of the renowned photographer Raja Deen Dayal, that was acquired by the Cultural Archives of IGNCA. Curated by Jyotindra Jain and […]

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Design Crossroads: The Jewellery of Saudi Arabia, Manama

Client: Art of Heritage, Riyadh, KSA At The National Museum Bahrain, Manama (3rd December 2018 – 3rd May 2019) This remarkable opportunity to partner with the Bahrain Authority for Culture and Antiquities and to present Design Crossroads; The Jewellery of Saudi Arabia at the Bahrain National Museum befittingly coincided with Muharraq, Kingdom of Bahrain being […]

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Property of a Gentleman-Stamps from the Nizam of Hyderabad’s Dominions

CLIENT: Gujral Foundation, New Delhi January – March 2019 Property of a Gentleman, Stamps from the Nizam of Hyderabad’s Dominions – was a pioneering exhibition featuring rare stamps from the Ewari family collection. Stamps from the erstwhile princely state of Hyderabad were chosen for display from this extensive collection due to the Ewari family’s deep […]

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India’s art and history come together through four exhibitions at the Red Fort in Delhi

Pramod Kumar KG’s curation A Portrait of our People, one of 4 curations opened at Drishyakala by DAG at the Red Fort in Delhi. https://www.firstpost.com/living/indias-art-and-history-come-together-through-four-exhibitions-at-the-red-fort-in-delhi-6139931.html

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‘A Portrait of Our People’ at Drishyakala, Red Fort

CLIENT: DAG Jan 2019 – Feb 2019 The Archaeological Survey of India in collaboration with DAG (Delhi Art Gallery) opened Drishyakala – A unique Art Museum at the Red Fort’s newly restored Barrack No. 4 in New Delhi. Through four iconic exhibitions with over 450 artworks spread over 27,000 square feet, DAG explores through artworks […]

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Indira: A life of Courage

Client: Indira Gandhi Memorial Trust, New Delhi November 2016 – February 2018 In the fourth year now, we have worked with the Trust to strategize on managing the photographic collection. Eka completed the documentation and digitizing of the photographic collections, advising on collections management, including software and storage solutions, and strategies on collections access and […]

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Pooja Singhal, PICHVAI TRADITION & BEYOND, Collateral @ Kochi Muziris Biennale 2016

Client: POOJA SINGHAL A Pichvai is a luxuriously detailed hand painted textile traditionally hung behind the idol of Shrinathji, an incarnation of Lord Krishna. Over the last century, painted textiles that left the shrine have taken on a new role as wall art and are much sought after by the cognoscenti for their effervescent aesthetics […]

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Bhartiya Lok Kala Mandal, Udaipur

A pioneering cultural institution of Udaipur, the Bharatiya Lok Kala Mandal preserves and celebrates the folk traditions of Rajasthan, Gujarat and Madhya Pradesh. Established in 1952, the institution’s mandate is to propagate folk dances, literature and other arts.

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Juna Mahal Palace & Fort Complex, Dungarpur, Rajasthan

The construction of the Juna Mahal Palace was done under Rawal Veer Singh Deo and the palace later replaced the capital of the Dungarpur State. The palace also represents the artistic design, architectural planning and construction techniques of Rajput forts.

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Amrapali Museum, Jaipur

Amrapali Jewels was founded in 1978 by Mr. Rajiv Arora and Mr. Rajesh Ajmera. The brand encapsulates the vibrant culture and rich heritage of India. With the goal of reviving and re introducing India’s traditional jewellery on a global scale, the founders began their journey in the most remote and rural parts of India.

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Painting & Photography Gallery – City Palace Museum, Jaipur

Permanent Gallery for Paintings & Photography @ City Palace Museum Jaipur – 27th Sept. 2015

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Art of Heritage Collection, Riyadh

Client: Art of Heritage group, Riyadh December 2010 – ongoing The Art of Heritage Group (AHG) previously The Heritage Center (a division of Al Nahda Charity) holds a vast collection of traditional textiles, carpets, jewelry, artifacts, doors and other material objects important to the culture, tradition, heritage and history of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. […]

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A Passionate Eye: Textiles, Paintings and Sculptures from the Bharany Donation

Exhibition open from 12 July 2014 till 10 September 2014 at the National Museum, New Delhi.

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